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Seahawks experience upsetting weekend in fall sports

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This past weekend was a sad weekend in Seahawk sports.

The varsity football team faced off against Fairfax High School, the Seahawks lost 35-7. The game was scheduled as a home game but was moved to Fairfax’s turf field due to inclement weather.  The Seahawks are now 0-4 and last in the division.

The varsity football team faces off against Louisa County in an away game on the September 30 at 7:30.

Junior varsity football also played against Fairfax.  Fairfax came away with the victory, 25-8. Fairfax’s JV team is now 2-0.

JV’s next game is September 28 against Louisa County.  Kickoff is 7:30 at home.

The varsity volleyball team played in the Hayfield Hawks Volleyball Invitational.  They played five games on the September 24 facing off against Lee, Hayfield Secondary, Mountain View, Mount Vernon, and Forest Park. Varsity won 4 of 5 games and went to the championship. In the championship, the Seahawks lost 15-25 in the first game and 22-25 the second game.

The next game for varsity volleyball is September 26 against Annandale High School. They play at home beginning at 7:15.  

Girl’s varsity golf was the only spark of athleticism from South Lakes this past weekend.  Girl’s golf played Thomas Jefferson High School at Reston National.  South Lakes won 210-190.  Girl’s golf is now 2-1.  Their next game is September 26 at Twin Lakes/Oaks Course at 2:00.

South Lakes High School lost three out of their four games this weekend.

“That stat is unacceptable,” said freshman Kevin Arugete. “South Lakes needs to really pick up their spirit and help out teams get wins.”

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  1. Marge Carrico on September 30th, 2011 10:23 am

    I take issue with the characterization of last weekend in Seahawks sports as “sad”, and with the statement that the varsity golf team “was the only spark of athleticism from South Lakes.” Really? I would say that the Varsity Volleyball team winning 4 out of 5 matches, and coming in second out of eight teams in a tournament was pretty darn good. Winning eight games (or sets) out of the ten total they played took some athleticism.

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